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  1. Preface
  2. Part 1: On-Prem Operations
  3. Part 2: Parameter and Element Reference
  4. Appendix A: Geocode Countries
  5. Appendix B: Certified Mode Values

On-Premises Developer Guide

On-Premises Developer Guide

Alternative Handling for Addresses

Alternative Handling for Addresses

The AlternativeHandling element specifies whether you want Informatica Address Verification to consider outdated or alias address data while verifying an address. Find the AlternativeHandling element under
Parameters
CountrySets
Process
in the
AVJob.schema.json
file.
Configure the following elements in the AlternativeHandling element:
  • OutdatedAddresses
  • AliasAddresses
You can use the GetNewAddress property only when you set the Match property to a value other than Off.

OutdatedAddresses

The OutdatedAddresses element includes the properties Match and GetNewAddress.
You can set the Match property to Off, PerfectOnly, or WithFaultTolerance:
  • If you set the Match property to Off, Address Verification does not match an address to the outdated addresses and ignores the outdated addresses available in the reference data. If you submit an outdated address with Match property set to Off, Address Verification rejects or corrects the input address.
  • If you set the Match property to PerfectOnly, Address Verification matches only a perfectly entered input address to outdated addresses in the reference data.
  • If you set the Match property to WithFaultTolerance, Address Verification matches an input address to outdated addresses in the reference data and also corrects an address to match the outdated addresses.
You can set the GetNewAddress property to true or false. If you set the GetNewAddress property to true, Address Verification returns the current version of the address. If you set the GetNewAddress property to false, Address Verification returns the outdated address.

AliasAddresses

The AliasAddresses element includes the Match property. You can set the Match property to Off or PerfectOnly.
If you set the Match property to Off, Address Verification does not match an address to the alias addresses and ignores the alias addresses available in the reference data. If you submit an alias address with Match property set to Off, Address Verification rejects or corrects the input address.
If you set the Match property to PerfectOnly, Address Verification matches only a perfectly entered input address to alias addresses in the reference data.
For information about how to handle alias addresses, see AliasHandling.


Updated November 02, 2020